07 Jun ITHS Announces 2016 Summer TL1 Clinical Research Trainees
The Institute of Translational Health Sciences has accepted 12 UW students into its summer TL1 Multidisciplinary Pre-doctoral Clinical Research Training Program.
The TL1 Summer Multidisciplinary Predoctoral Clinical Research Training Program is a three-month intensive learning experience for those interested in making a sizable impact on human health through research. The program brings a multidisciplinary cohort of early-career researchers together to accelerate discoveries through translational methods in projects ranging from mobile health apps to devices to drug development to epidemiologic studies.
The 12 students who were accepted represent five of the six UW health sciences schools as well as the College of Engineering. These students, their affiliation, and the proposed research projects to which they will devote their training are:
|Integrated Care in a Mental Health Setting: Policy to Action
|Using a Microvascular Model to Test Factors to Improve Thrombopoiesis
|Recurrence-Free and Disease-Specific Survival Correlates of the AJCC 8th Edition Staging System for Merkel Cell Carcinoma
|The Role of Trimodality Therapy in the Treatment of Stage 2 and Stage 3 Esophageal Cancer: A Comparative Analysis
|The Influence of Spheno-occipital Synchondrosis Patency on Midfacial Growth and Treatment for Patients with Mild Midface Hypoplasia
|Assessing Health Literacy Expectations of Patient Education Material using the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality’s Patient Education Materials Assessment Tool for Printable Materials as a Factor for Hospital Utilization
|Blood Compatibility Evaluation of Fluorinated Bioresorbable Polylactic Acid For Coronary Artery Stents
|Evaluation of antisense oligonucleotide nephrotoxicity using a novel 3D microphysiologic system
|How do ankle foot orthoses impact energy costs of walking in individuals with crouch gait?
|Bioprinted 3D Human Cardiac Tissue Models for Predictive Assessment of Drug-Induced Cardiotoxicity
|Assessing Fidelity to Clinical Protocols: A Psychometric Evaluation of a Novel Instrument
|Neurodevelopmental Effects of Silver Nanoparticles